Continuing with the current trend of one-and-done (the last multi-week run was Kelsea Ballerini's 6 weeks ago), Ciara yields the top spot to Fifth Harmony's "Worth It," scoring them their first chart-topper. They previously made it as high as #3 with "Sledgehammer" early this year. I've become a big fan of the girl group. They are followed by 4 excellent female country songs rounding out the Top 5, while Ashley Monroe scores her first Top 10 as a soloist with "On to Something Good" (she previously shared in a #1 with Blake Shelton back in April). "House Party," "Ghosttown," and "Me and Johnny Cash" all post nice moves into the Top 20 this week, with "I'm Comin' Over," "Ramblin' Man," and "Burning House" doing the same into the Top 30. After a great debut last week, One Direction score their third Top 40 hit on my chart with "Drag Me Down" moving 45-39. They previously had a Top 10 hit with "Steal My Girl" and reigned at the top for three weeks with "Night Changes." Janet Jackson and Kira Isabella are also new to the Top 40 this week. Kelsea Ballerini scores the biggest debut of the week at #52 with "Dibs," followed by The Band Perry at #59 with "Live Forever."
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